Jade Carr-Daley is a social documentary and portrait photographer from Bristol, UK. Her Jamaican-British heritage heavily influences her practice, as well as social issues affecting minority communities and Black Women. She studied BA (Hons) Photography at Bath Spa University and completed her MA in Photography at the University of West England in 2022.

BA (Hons) Photography, Bath Spa University
MA Photography, University of West England

Source: Thinking Through Photography issue 122, Autumn 2023
May/June 2023: Ones to Watch
Eye Mama Poetic Truths of Home and Motherhood, Karni Arieli
A2, Max Ferguson
Familiar stranger, PH Museum


BBC Radio Bristol 2023
British Journal of Photography - Ones to Watch 2023
Eye Mama - What Motherhood Looks Like
Refinery29 - These Intimate Photos Illuminate The Experience Of Pregnancy For Young, Black Women
ITV Woo Unexpected pregnancy - these tender images document a woman’s journey into unexpected motherhood
British Journal of Photography - An Intimate and honest portrayal of Unexpected Pregnancy 
ID VICE Netherlands
Galdem Magazine

MiniClick Photo Talks x Jade Carr-Daley, RPS 2023
Eye Mama Poetic Truths of Home and Motherhood, RPS 2023
Mother Tongue, Serchia 2023

Royal Photographic Society - Summer Exhibition
Arnolfini, In Place 2023
Serchia - Afterward 2023
Serchia - Mother 2023
RWA Photography Open Exhibition 2023
FUSED, 44AD Artspace, Bath 2020
CARNIVAL POP-UP, Arnolfini, Bristol 2019

Bristol Photo Festival x Historic England x Bristol City Council - Picturing Bristol High Streets 2023
Kirsty Mackay - The Magic Money Tree 2024

Blurring the Lines, Finalist 2023
International Photography Exhibition 164, The Royal Photographic Society, Shortlisted 2023
The British Journal of Photography’s One’s to Watch, 2023
Belfast Photo Festival, 2023, Shortlisted
PhMuseum Woman Photographers Grant, 2023, Shortlisted